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Modern cameras are pretty damn amazing. Charge the battery, pop in a memory card, attach a lens, switch to auto and you are good to go. Not much more work is needed to start getting decent images. But to get consistently better images you need...

For over 20 years, photographer Barry Butler has been inspired by the city of Chicago. Enamored with...

Twenty years ago, a brief encounter on Sydney’s Market Street between designer Bill Farmer and a photojournalist Rick Stevens led to the formation of Oculi, one of Australia’s most enduring and successful photographic collectives. Born out of a collective discontent with Australian mainstream media’s seeming...

Bouquet made by Carly Messmer Floral DesignPhoto: Native Iris PhotographyAlthough Cincinnati-based wedding planning business Be Married was founded just prior to the coronavirus pandemic, its unique offering caters quite appropriately to humanity's current state of being and...

While rough weather might deter some pilots who navigate the skies, there’s one who relishes the chance to head right for the storm. Dutch aviation photographer Christiaan van Heijst has manned the cockpit of a 747 past lightning storms, epic thunderclouds, and the northern lights—all to...

All Images © Delphine Diallo. In a new book, Delphine Diallo presents portraits of LGBTQ people over the age of 50 in America, alongside their stories of resilience, progress, and love Lived Experience: Reflections on LGBTQ Life, presents a generation of people who have witnessed both tragedy...